Madison Square Inn

Address: 118 Emmett Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee, 37201, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in the Downtown/Vanderbilt area of Nashville, is near Ernest Tubb Record Shop, Grand Old Golf & Games, Music Valley Wax Museum, and Music Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Nashville

Jonny Cash

A travel blog entry by saskiabrynne on Sep 03, 2014

Today I went to The Jonny Cash Museum, it was awesome. Seeing his performances through the years was really interesting. All the memorabilia was amazing. I'll try and add some photos but I've deleted them so I'll have to work on that... Afterwards I went up to The Ryman, was going to to do the tour inside but I got there and was too late. Their was a girl taking photos outside so I offered ...

Howdy Ya'll

A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 23, 2014

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... an amazing place to be.

After lunch, and a spot more aimless wandering, we headed back to the hostel to prepare for a night out. After a spot of pool, which I won (naturally), we went in search of Nashville's famous Barbeque. On a recommendation, we found a small, run down place called "Jack's BBQ" which sits relatively inconspicuously on Broadway, jammed between large bars featuring live music. I ate the pulled pork ...

Weekly Mash #6 - The South (Nashville)

A travel blog entry by ashcol64 on Jun 25, 2014

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... estate of the 7th President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. The Hermitage was the home and plantation of Andrew Jackson and now stands as a memorial to the controversial President nicknamed "Old Hickory". General Jackson achieved notoriety in the colonies by stonewalling the British in one of America's most stunning victories at the battle of New Orleans. As a two term President Jackson played a pivotal role in the Westward expansion of the country yet ...

Customs House

A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on Jun 10, 2014

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... There is a historical market:
The cornerstone was laid Sept. 19, 1877, by President Rutherford B. Hayes
on the first visit of a president to the South since the Civil War.

How the other half live!

A travel blog entry by tennesseetales on Sep 19, 2013

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... 5 minute walk from our hotel and the penthouse apartment where Ms Swift currently resides...and yes we have found reason to walk past it several times a day since...expecting the restraining order any day now!

Admittedly we were sitting a little sheepishly at the rear of the bus as our knowledge of country was severely limited compared to our fellow passengers who literally ate, slept and drank the genre and were teaching the tour guide a thing or two....in that ...

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